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Richmond Ambulance Authority Launches Pets for Paramedics Program

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Pets for Paramedics

Richmond Ambulance Authorty has launched a new program called "Pets for Paramedics," which gives RAA staff the chance to interact with pets awaiting adoption. Providers benefit from the positive impact pets have on mental health/stress reduction, and at the same time, they're providing exposure to help these pets find homes. Photos courtesy Richmond Ambulance Authority

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Pets for Paramedics

Richmond Ambulance Authorty has launched a new program called "Pets for Paramedics," which gives RAA staff the chance to interact with pets awaiting adoption. Providers benefit from the positive impact pets have on mental health/stress reduction, and at the same time, they're providing exposure to help these pets find homes. Photos courtesy Richmond Ambulance Authority

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Pets for Paramedics

Richmond Ambulance Authorty has launched a new program called "Pets for Paramedics," which gives RAA staff the chance to interact with pets awaiting adoption. Providers benefit from the positive impact pets have on mental health/stress reduction, and at the same time, they're providing exposure to help these pets find homes. Photos courtesy Richmond Ambulance Authority

04 / 05

Pets for Paramedics

Richmond Ambulance Authorty has launched a new program called "Pets for Paramedics," which gives RAA staff the chance to interact with pets awaiting adoption. Providers benefit from the positive impact pets have on mental health/stress reduction, and at the same time, they're providing exposure to help these pets find homes. Photos courtesy Richmond Ambulance Authority

05 / 05

Pets for Paramedics

Richmond Ambulance Authorty has launched a new program called "Pets for Paramedics," which gives RAA staff the chance to interact with pets awaiting adoption. Providers benefit from the positive impact pets have on mental health/stress reduction, and at the same time, they're providing exposure to help these pets find homes. Photos courtesy Richmond Ambulance Authority